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Course: EMET 3007, Fall 2009
School: Allan Hancock College
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fear I that I will always be A lonely number like root three The three is all that's good and right, Why must my three keep out of sight Beneath the vicious square root sign, I wish instead I were a nine For nine could thwart this evil trick, with just some quick arithmetic I know I'll never see the sun, as 1.7321 Such is my reality, a irrationality When sad hark! What is this I see, Another square root of a...

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fear I that I will always be A lonely number like root three The three is all that's good and right, Why must my three keep out of sight Beneath the vicious square root sign, I wish instead I were a nine For nine could thwart this evil trick, with just some quick arithmetic I know I'll never see the sun, as 1.7321 Such is my reality, a irrationality When sad hark! What is this I see, Another square root of a three As quietly co-waltzing by, Together now we multiply To form a number we prefer, Rejoicing as an integer We break free from...

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